Electro Black Lash Mix
Cleopatra Records 2010
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KMP in WonderlandSpooky, punky, electro-popsters, Kill Miss Pretty spin their web of sound any way they choose, blending Rock, electronics, synthesis, sex, groove and FUN into an over-the-top feast for the senses. Comprised of Alicia "the Flexible" (Industrial Nation cover girl) on vocals, Russ (Numb Ones) on Guitar/Synth/Programming, and all around wonder-chum Martin on bass, KMP has taken off on a fantastical journey that could lead them just about anywhere. Fans of Peaches and Jucifer will revel in KMP delectable grooves, while aficionados of fugazi-tinged razor guitar will find them irresistible.

2010 brought the addition of Marilyn Manson co-founder and original guitarist Scott Putesky (SMP), aka Daisy Berkowitz, as lead guitarist and collaborator. He joined Florida's electro-punk darlings to write and record an album for release in 2011. The new CD will include the recently released single collaboration JUDY GARLAND, as well as new KMP tunes and a remake of the early Marilyn Manson & Spooky Kids classic "She's not My Girlfriend". After a successful national tour in the summer of 2010, Kill Miss Pretty was approached Cleopatra Records who released an electro remix of their track Judy Garland just in time for Halloween.

The union seems a match made in heaven/hell as Kill Miss Pretty has been attracting attention from the press not only for its songwriting, but theatrical performances as well. KMP has in the last year garnered awards for Best Female Vocalist and Best Rock Band in local publications, and now with SMP joining as a full time member, their continued rise seems inevitable.

Showcasing their cross-genre appeal since 2006, KMP has shared the stage with NonPoint, Mudvayne, In This Moment, Surfer Blood, HED PE, Digital Leather, GenXX and more.

The press has had some favorable offerings for our uninhibited threesome:

"...concentrating on anything other than the trio proved difficult. I'm a sucker for a carnival-like atmosphere, so the band piqued my curiosity when it took the stage dressed in an Alice in Wonderland theme. Alicia wore a scandalously short Alice costume, which she claimed to have made herself, Russ dressed up as the Mad Hatter and Davis wore a head-to-toe rabbit costume."

Dan Sweeney
City Link Magazine

"Blending influences like Nirvana, the Moldy Peaches, Fugazi and PJ Harvey with programmed drums gives KMP's rock sound a macabre but strangely sexy electro edge."

Alex Calise

"The group's recent CD, "Permission for Strange," presents a band in full, capturing the playful energy of its live performances, the musicians' confident songwriting (particularly on the single "Drawing Pictures of Haunted Houses With You") and the singer's coquettish charisma."

City Link Magazine

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